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Boulder-Friendly Recipes, Seders and Ways to Make Passover Meaningful

Naropa 2009 136Looking for a way to spice up your seder? The Jewish Together – Boulder website has DIY seder ideas, experiential learning opportunities and recipes.

Not planning to lead one yourself? There are tons of events and seder matching opportunities in the community. The Boulder Passover Guide has the most comprehensive listing of Boulder and Boulder County seders of any site! There is an event almost every day of the week during Passover.

Nut-free charoset, gluten-free matzo balls, and a charoset bar are just some of the many treasures you’ll find in the Boulder Passover Guide – your one stop shop for all things local and Passover!

Check us out this week to find learning opportunities and to make your Pasover plans.

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